Al-Kazemi digs under the corridors of the government, and America closes the doors with the aim of overthrowing Al-Sudani

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Al-Kazemi digs under the corridors of the government, and America closes the doors with the aim of overthrowing Al-Sudani

Despite facing corruption allegations and fleeing Iraq, former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi did not let that hinder his efforts to destabilize the government and create problems from outside the prime minister’s office. He sought support from the United States to limit the executive authority’s decision-making power, which would negatively impact the government’s ability to address issues affecting the people.

During a recent TV interview, Alia Nassif, a representative of the State of Law Coalition, made a statement claiming that former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi has supporters and political allies who are deliberately seeking to disrupt the country’s electricity system. This, in turn, is intended to undermine Al-Kazemi’s government. Nassif also mentioned that there are some media professionals linked to the Zionist Eddie Cohen who are actively promoting Al-Kazemi’s agenda. Additionally, she claimed that approximately two thousand media platforms are trying to bring down Al-Sudani.

Ali Al-Fatlawi, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, explained to Al-Maalouma that judicial decisions do not exclude any individuals, including former Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, from being held accountable for their actions that caused harm to Iraq. He also mentioned that the decisions made against Abu Ragheef and his committee may lead to further decisions against others involved in corruption and violating the rights of Iraqis. Therefore, even Al-Kazemi cannot escape justice if the charges against him are proven.

Zainab al-Moussawi, a representative of the Sadikoun Parliamentary Bloc, stated to Al-Maalouma that the recent sanctions imposed by the US on Iraqi banks are a deliberate attempt to incite public outrage against the government of Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani. She further added that the US may escalate its interventions in the near future, possibly imposing further sanctions on some Iraqi banks. These actions are in violation of international law and come at a time when the Sudanese government is making progress in combating corruption and addressing other important economic and sovereign matters.